When it comes to starting a family, you and your significant other will want to make sure that you have taken many things into consideration in order to make the transition from a couple to a family unit as smooth as possible. To help you with this, you will want to take a look at the following tips. Use Contraceptives In The Meantime If you and your partner have talked and you have decided that you do not want to begin trying to start family for a little while, whether it is a couple of months or years from now, you will want to consider the various contraceptive options. [Read More]
Signs That Your Young Child May Suffer From Migraines
When your children are so young that they can't communicate effectively, it can be a challenge to know what might be going on with their health. In many cases, you'll need to carefully watch for symptoms and then take action. While Google searching various symptoms might give you some suggestions about what your child is experiencing, there's no substitute for actually scheduling an appointment with your child's pediatrician. While migraines are often associated with adults, many children can suffer them, too — and this can be difficult when your child can't tell you what's going on. [Read More]
Suggestions On Approaching A Co-Worker Who Appears To Have An Addiction Problem
When many people think about helping someone in their life get treatment for an addiction problem, they envision assisting a family member or friend. However, it's also possible that you may encounter a co-worker who appears to be struggling with addiction. While you could simply ignore the issue or perhaps report your suspicions to the human resources department, another approach is to talk to the person about his or her problem — and try to make the person see that treatment is the best course of action. [Read More]
Food Allergy Versus Food Sensitivity: What's The Difference?
With the rise in prevalence of food allergies and food sensitivities, there has been an increasing amount of attention paid to what causes them and how they can affect a person's health. Food sensitivities have only recently been studied by clinicians, and the amount of information available on their causes and their effects is low relative to our information on food allergies. This has caused some people to confuse food allergies and food sensitivities, the two of which affect the body in completely different ways; food sensitivity is not simply a minor food allergy, but rather is something different entirely. [Read More]